Robert Berry, a premier New York City-based art gallery dedicated to ground-breaking art, announced its virtual exhibition, It’s Time to Stick Together: 60 years of Collage in America curated by American art expert Peter Hastings Falk, the Editor and Chief Curator of the online art magazine, Discoveries in American Art. There is something for everyone in this extraordinary collection of colorful, unique and thought-provoking collage works by diverse American artists. The show represents 20 artists — including Harry Bertschmann — and is a cross-section of artists in terms of diversity, age, geographical region and style. Collage is a medium that has always tended to defy being pigeon-holed, because the process of making collage encourages a greater amount of experimentation in construction than does the fear of a blank white canvas. Abstract Expressionism is a seminal force that drives many of these images, but so is Figurative Expressionism, Pop, Surrealism, Outsider, and recent developments in Contemporary expression. Clippings from magazines have traditionally been the most common elements of collage, but many other pieces of popular culture have also been utilized in innovative ways — such as fabrics, photographs, newspaper, commercial packaging, and a variety of found objects.